Archive for July, 2006
 

 

Losing Our Love in the Upload Queue

Like many people in our hobby, I had an interest in aviation growing up, but I didn’t know the hobby existed until I received that link from Clark Palika. It was a hyperlink in an instant message to Airliners.net. After c...
by Phil Derner Jr.

 
 

American Airlines: Something Disgraceful in the Air

American Airlines has decided to scrap the landmark stained glass windows in their JFK terminal when it undergoes renovation, and Tom isn't happy about it.
by Tom Alfano
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On approach to Runway 18 at FLU

Remembering Flushing Airport

Flushing Airport is my Mecca. Currently, the 75-acre property lies dormant with its runways underwater and this former aviation facility’s future remains uncertain.
by Alan Gross
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The Flat Panel Trainer

Most people that know the difference between a 747 and the A320 are also aware of the technology that is being developed for the large A380 & the composite fuselage of the 787. The technology development has not stopped wit...
by admin

 
 

The “B” in Business Travel Stands For…

For the good part of the last three years I’ve done some pretty decent business travel and I wanted to take a minute and share some stories and dispel some myths about frequent travel for business.
by Tom Alfano
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